She Came Back (2024) Movie Script

- Donna your pants are ready.
- Where did I put my drink?
- Hi Mom!
- Hi! You look beautiful.
- Have you seen my bowtie?
- No. I don't know
where that is.
- Bubble time.
- Ah, okay.
- Whoo!
- Whoo!
- Bubbly for the groom to be.
All right.
- The final touches.
- Charlie.
Why aren't you dressed?
- Jesus, you scared
the hell out of me.
- Did you forget about
the wedding or something?
- No, weirdo.
- Come on. Get ready!
Wheels up in 20,
I'll be really pissed
if I have to go alone
with my mother.
- Yeah, I'll be ready.
- Let's go.
- Oh my God!
- Oh my God, whoops.
- What?
- Mm-hmm!
- Uh-huh!
- Mm-hmm!
- Uh-hmm!
- Mm-hmm!
- No!
- Mm-hmm!
- Okay, not here.
There's too many eyes.
Oh. Oh, wow.
You are such a rebel.
- Mmm-hmm!
Oh, Hey. Want to look what
my boyfriend texted
this morning?
- Oh, your boyfriend,
the one who doesn't
know you exist.
- You know what,
you're just jealous
because I'm going to
have this in church, okay?
- Mm-hmm.
- Mm-hmm.
- Yeah.
- Mm-hmm.
- Leave me alone.
- Okay. Hurry up.
We've got something to do.
- Oh Emma.
I forgot to tell you.
There's an open bar tonight.
- Mm- hmm!
- You're welcome.
- 20 minutes.
- Okay.
- What are you doing,
I thought Emma was joking?
Your still in your pajamas.
- Dad, I'm almost ready.
- Your almost ready?
You haven't even started.
You okay?
- Yeah, I'm fine.
- I know today
might feel a little weird.
Okay, maybe a lot weird.
- Mm-hmm!
- But I need you with me.
- I'm here.
- I love you.
- I love you too.
- Hey, Michael.
You should get to the church.
Charlie's fine.
I'll make sure she gets there.
She can come
in the limo with me.
- Oh, no, no, no.
It's okay.
Emma's mom said,
"That she would take me."
- Babe, would you just uh,
tell the guys,
that I'll be down in a second.
- Okay. Hurry up.
- Okay. You can go with Emma
under one condition.
- What?
- You promise not to walk me
down the aisle in your pajamas?
- Well okay, I better..
- All right.
- Yeah.
Hey Dad?
- Yeah.
- Isn't it bad luck to see
the bride in her dress
before the ceremony?
Oh, oh does that not count
the second time around?
- Yeah. Funny.
- Mmh!
- I love you.
- Love you too.
- Now get dressed.
- Uhh!
- Coming.
- Bye.
- I'll see you later.
- I'm not going to say it.
- How you doing, counselor?
How are you holding up
with this madness?
- Mmh.
Jury's still out.
- Jury really.
How much to bribe them?
I'll pay anything.
- I'm not sure if that'll
be neccessary.
- Hey. No, no, no, no.
Not so fast, mister.
You need to make an honest
woman of her first, okay.
- You invited her,
you remember that.
- My girl.
- Watch him, Donna.
He's sassy.
- Just in love with her vision.
Yes. Tick tock. I know.
- Let's go.
- You are bringing Charlie?
- Yes.
- She's bringing Charlie.
- I'm bringing Charlie.
That's all arranged.
Please go.
- I'll see you at the church
Mrs. McLeod.
- I like the sound of that.
- Go, go.
- Going.
- Goodbye. Thank you.
Go to the right church.
- It took me an hour and a half
to do my makeup.
- Oh yeah I know, it's not
as if I saw you taking like,
20,000 selfies.
Uh huh, no, not at all.
- Come on.
I'm your friend.
I've got to embarrass you.
- Uh huh, yeah,
don't think I forgot!
Do not think I forgot!
No it was so good.
- Okay.
Good, good, good.
- Is that a thistle?
That's a thistle.
Don't you whack me
with your bouquet, okay.
- I'm so sorry.
Do you wanna hear something?
- Okay.
- Okay.
Remember that beat up
I got last week.
- Uh-huh.
- I made this.
- You made this?
- Mm-hmm.
- Okay.
- Ice out,
iced out
Yeah I'm all drip
Headin' to the party
in my mama's own whip
And your girl got the blast
and you already sippin'
Showin' off these bars,
that I'm spittin'
- Oh you know, that
was actually really good.
- Look at you go.
- Mm-hmm.
So, try one.
- Are you kidding?
I'm a little
too late for that, no.
- Come on. It's fun.
Do it.
- Okay. Okay.
My dad's getting married,
and it's time to celebrate.
Going to do a little speech,
I got to concentrate.
- Seriously?
- Look, I told you I can't.
I told you.
Come on.
That wasn't the worst.
- Okay, yeah the beats-
Okay, the beat saved me.
- Okay, Mom, you do one.
Come on.
- Okay. No, you have to.
- Right?
- Right. Do it.
- Okay. Check this out.
Okay. Ready?
I got something.
Tonight we're going to party
Party all night
Bumpin' and grindin'
'til the morning light. Oh!
Oh, my God.
Are you guys okay?
Oh shit!
- Accident victim,
needs attention.
She lost a lot of blood.
- Blood pressure?
- 80 over 50 and dropping.
There's barely a pulse.
- What's her name?
- Charlie.
- Charlie stay with me
all right.
We got to stop the bleeding.
We got to get her stabilized
and up to the O.R.
- Regular heart rate.
- Come on Charlie.
I need that gauze,
where is that gauze?
Thank you.
- Sir! You need to wait.
- We're here.
- Charlie!
- Would someone
please get him out of there.
- Can I get some help here?
- That's my daughter.
- Sir, you need to
step outside.
- Blood suction.
- Hey guys, I'm losing her.
Come on. We got to go.
We gotta move.
Going down the drains,
come on.
- Mom.
- It's so good to see you.
Are you ready for an adventure?
- Charlie!
- Mom.
I can't believe this.
- 300.
- Morning, Charlie.
Hope you had a good night.
- Mom!
- She keeps saying it.
- Maybe she's saying something.
- Dad.
- Hey, babe.
I'm right here.
- I saw Mom.
- What?
- She was here.
- Bad little dream.
- No!
She was here.
She was so beautiful.
- You rest now, okay.
Just rest.
- Traumatic events,
often trigger
unusual dreams, Michael.
We've been down
this road before.
- That's kept her, she's
going through this again.
- Well, I'm concerned
that this could set off
another series of nightmares.
- Charlie never described
her Mom like this
it was always
in the car.
With the fire and screams.
Could it....
could it have happened the way
she said that it would.
Could this?
- I think you maybe spent one
too many sleepless nights
in a hospital chair.
Our priority should be getting
her back on her feet.
She needs to focus on healing,
- Michael.
Since Charlie has been through
two very similar events,
everything could be
heightened, more real.
Do you think
entertaining this belief
that she saw her
deceased mother?
Do you think this is good
for her recovery?
- She's right, Michael.
Let's not lose
the progress she's made.
-Yes, we have
made progress.
But Charlie has still
had a very difficult time
accepting her mother's death.
You know, Michael,
their bond was very strong.
- Okay.
- Maybe she's dead.
- Ralphy, I don't think she
would be here, if she was dead.
- True.
- I'm going to go over here.
- Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Hey hold the phone.
We have movement.
You don't look dead.
They said you died, but you
don't exactly look dead to me.
What do you think, Joe?
- Um, she's alive, Ralphy.
Definitely alive.
- Joe's been here the longest,
so he'd know what
a dead kid looks like.
- Maybe we should
let her rest.
- So, so what happened?
- What?
- You died, right?
What did you see?
- Did you see heaven?
- Maybe she was in hell.
Were you in hell?
- No.
- How do you know?
- Because I saw my mother.
- Bullshit.
- You saw your mother?
- Yeah, I saw her, too.
She was in here last week
with your Dad.
- What what are you
talking about?
- Yeah, they were right here
holding hands by your bed.
That's not my mother.
- Did you see my Mommy?
She died two years ago.
- Oh, sorry.
No, no, it wasn't like that.
It was just me and her.
- So does your Mom know about
your Dad's new girlfriend?
- What?
What is wrong with you?
- You said you
saw your mom, right?
I just thought she might have
mentioned something about
your Dad's new GF?
- No, that wasn't
high on my list.
When I hadn't seen
my mother in years.
- So what did
you guys talk about?
- You must be
very special, Charlie.
- Hey, Joe,
we're all special in here.
Do you know how many kids
have come through here?
Tons. And they've all had
crazy effed up stories.
Some crazier than...
Oh, hey, Jody.
What's up?
She's one of
the lucky ones, though.
She gets to go home tomorrow.
Come on, Joe.
Let's bounce
- Bye Charlie.
- I don't think you understand.
- What don't I understand?
- This is going to bring up
all of the same issues,
all over again.
- We have to let her talk
about what happened.
- Oh, Jesus.
Of course
we're going to let her talk.
I just think we need to try
and keep her grounded.
- You mean, like, control
what she believes?
- Oh, come on.
Don't do that.
- I'm not going to tell her
what to believe or what not to
believe about what happened.
We weren't there,
we don't know what happened.
- Okay.
Do you think she saw Claire?
Like, actually spoke to her?
- I don't know.
I don't know, maybe.
- If Charlie truly believes
that she saw Claire,
then she's going to go through
the grieving process
all over again.
Don't you get it,
if this wasn't all a dream,
then Claire is still here.
And if Charlie believes
that Claire is still here,
then where does that leave me?
- This has nothing
to do with you.
- Oh, that's so naive.
You're so naive.
- Hello?
Yes, this is Michael.
What? Okay, I'll be,
I'll be right there.
- We don't know yet.
The autopsy will give us more.
- Hey!
- Dad!
- You okay!
- Charlie, Jody's little
heart just gave out.
- I knew.
I knew.
Knew what baby?
- I wasn't scared of her.
I just wanted to tell her
what it was like.
being there with Mom.
But how would I know that
she was going to die?
How would I know that
Jody was going to die?
- Nurse.
- I knew. I knew.
- Okay.
- I knew.
- Get me one milligram
of Haldol
and give it as
an I.V. push, stat.
- Forget about it, okay.
- Hey.
- How you doing?
- Oh, I'm a little stiff, but,
I'll be fine.
- Emma seems to be
bouncing back.
- Yeah. Yeah, she's,
she's pretty tough.
There have been
a few rough nights,
a couple of headaches,
hers and mine.
She um...
she keeps seeing
the truck hit Charlie,
so she wakes up screaming.
- Must have been terrifying.
- Listen, Michael um,
we haven't really had
time to talk
since the accident, but uh,
I'm so sorry.
I just feel like I-
Can you ever forgive me?
Because it just happened
so fast
and I didn't even
see it coming, and I-
- I know.
- I guess I was distracted.
- I don't know what I would
have done, if she...
- I know. I know, you care.
- I'm just so sorry.
I'm so sorry.
- It's not your fault.
Okay. It wasn't your fault.
- Thank you.
Thank you.
- Hey!
You busy?
I'm Keith.
Mind if we
talk for a moment?
I understand you were in an
accident a few weeks ago.
I just
wanted you to know that
I was in an accident
when I was young, too.
Sometimes it's nice to talk to
people with similar experiences.
- You were in an accident?
- Yeah, when I was ten.
It wasn't a car accident, but,
I was pretty badly hurt.
I almost died.
I did die.
- Really?
- My heart stopped,
they told me
for over a minute.
- 2:10.
- 2:10?
- I was dead for
2 minutes and 10 seconds.
- I guess you win.
- Felt way longer, though.
- Yes. I imagine 2 minutes
would feel like
a very long time indeed.
- Did um...
Did you um...
see anyone,
when you died?
- My grandfather.
My favorite person
in the whole world.
He was still wearing
his old plaid shirt.
What about you?
- I saw my mother.
- Really?
- I don't remember what
she was wearing, though.
- I didn't, really care.
I just wanted to...
keep hugging her.
I was just holding her so...
tightly, and I...
didn't want to let go.
- You hugged her?
- Yeah.
Is that a bad thing?
- No, not at all. It's just...
I've talked to a lot of people
who had near-death experiences,
and no one's ever
mentioned physical contact.
- Hey kiddo,
found some smoothies.
Oh, sorry, I didn't realize
you had company.
Is everything okay?
- Everything's fine.
I'm Keith Mitchell.
- Hi. I'm Michael McLeod,
I'm Charlie's father.
Uh, what can we uh,
what can we
do for you Keith?
- I heard about Charlie's
near-death experience,
and I wanted to see her.
- You heard about it, uh?
- Yes, I'm often here
in the hospital.
People talk.
- Yeah, we're working
with a doctor,
Dr. Ivy on it.
- Judith Ivy is an
excellent psychiatrist, but uh,
this is far beyond
her expertise.
- But not yours.
- I specialize in
dissociative states of mind
and paranormal phenomena.
- Okay.
What's that got to do
with Charlie?
- I also have
extensive knowledge
of near-death experiences.
- Look, we...
we don't really know
what happened.
Charlie just needs
rest right now.
- Dad, it's okay.
- I know it's hard
to understand,
but what Charlie experienced
was very real.
- Look, it's like I said,
we're working with
Dr. Ivy on this.
But, I mean, in a week,
Charlie's going to be
coming back home
and everything is going to
get back to normal.
Right, kiddo?
So, yeah, anyway, thank you.
Thank you very much
for stopping by, though.
- Sure.
So here's my card.
If you have any
questions or concerns.
Give me a call any time.
Nice meeting you, Charlie.
- Bye.
- Surprise!
- Hi. Thank you for coming.
- Bitch!
- Hey!
So you divert
Mom's attention
and I'll be at the bar.
- Okay. You know, there's
a liquor cabinet in the kitchen?
- Hmm. That works too.
- Uh-huh!
- But I will have to
still distract them.
Okay, we'll figure it out.
- Yeah.
- I quit smoking,
I quit smoking recently.
So anytime I eat them
I can put that in my mouth.
- Love you.
Hey, hey guys, what is this,
a barn?
How you doing.
- I'm okay.
- You're okay?
- Hmm.
- You know,
I'm going to be your shadow
for like the rest
of your life, right?
Just an FYI.
You two
enjoy yourselves.
Ian, no, no, not that one.
That's ABBA.
- Oh already, okay I need
one of those.
- Yeah.
- You do. You do?
Yeah, you are you all right?
- I'm good. how are you?
- You're fucked.
Missed you.
- Oh, right.
Oh, you want that?
Oh, I couldn't.
I couldn't.
- That's the last one.
- I would think so,
- Charlie?
Charlie, what's the matter?
Sweetie, what's going on?
It's okay.
Can I get you some water?
- Yeah.
- Oh, it's getting
cold out there.
Hey, squirt.
How you doing, huh?
You okay, Charlie?
- Charlie?
I'm sorry Ian.
She's had a long day.
- Yeah, you must be,
you must be
exhausted, Charlie.
Uh, there's no
wine glasses out there.
I'll just bring these
out there and uh,
get some more pat.
I'm going to stop
calling you, squirt.
I don't know why I....
- Charlie, what is going on?
- Uncle Ian.
It's just like with Jody.
I'm warm and, and, and...
- Hey, what's going on?
Oh, hey kiddo.
Hey, I'm going to get you
to your room, okay.
- So the first time was with
the little girl in the hospital?
- Yes.
She came into my room
the night before she died.
- What was it like?
- It's hard to describe.
It's the same feeling I had
when I died.
It was warm.
- And the only other time
you experienced this...
was with your Uncle Ian.
- Have you ever encountered
anything like this before?
- No, not specifically, but,
every near-death
experience is unique.
Some people...
find their senses
are heightened more acute.
Others develop a greater
sense of spirituality.
It all depends on
each person's connection.
- Connection?
- When someone dies,
when Charlie died,
she experienced a
different plane of existence.
On some level,
she still remembers
that feeling.
So when she's in
the presence of someone
approaching death...
she feels it.
Somehow, she still
has a connection...
to that other
plane of existence.
- Will it go away?
- My experience
tells me it will.
But there's no way of knowing.
- So until then, what do we,
what are we supposed to do?
- I'd like to continue
talking with Charlie.
Get some more details,
run a few tests.
- What do you think?
- He's a quack.
No, let me rephrase that.
He's a dangerous quack.
- Oh Donna,
I need your help with this.
- No, I'm sorry.
I can't.
I can't be complicit,
while you and that man, fuck
around, with Charlie's mommy.
She needs help, Michael.
Real help.
This kind of bullshit's
not good for anyone.
What if his crap
makes it worse?
What if she needs...
to be put in an institution.
- Donna you're
being ridiculous?
- Do you actually think
you're helping her?
Didn't you see
that she's a mess.
- Yes, I can see it.
I'm doing the best I can.
- This is your best.
- What do you want
from me, huh?
I don't understand
what this fucking is.
But she,
she likes him.
She thinks he can help her.
- I think we can do better.
- What, like pump her
full of drugs,
so she can't
remember anything?
- Michael, if she
needs medication,
she should get it.
- I know my daughter,
she is not crazy.
You just don't understand.
- I don't understand.
I'm here, Michael.
I have been here.
How dare you.
- Sorry.
- Forget it.
Go make sure she's okay.
- Hi guys.
I'm gonna go to Charlie's.
- Okay.
- Bye Mom.
- Bye.
Not going to
help me at all, okay.
- Hey, girl.
- Hi, gorgeous.
- How are you?
- I'm good. How are you?
- I won't even show you
that one again.
- Oh my God, please don't.
- That's so gross.
- Interesting.
- No it's gross!
Oh, my God.
- He sounds like
a creeper, though.
- No, it's not like that.
- Talking about death
all the time is really creepy.
- Not at all.
- So what's happening
with the wedding?
Mmm, he's cute.
I'm obsessed.
Your Dad and Donna
are they still getting married?
- Hmm?
Oh, uh, I don't know.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah.
Fuck it.
Charlie, why,
why didn't you stay?
We're supposed to be together.
- Charlie!
- Charlie!
- Come on, Emma.
Emma? Emma?
Emma, wake up.
Emma? Oh my God.
- I don't know.
Emma hold on.
Charlie, what happened?
- Get her pulse.
Charlie, look at me.
Charlie, what happened?
- She's going to be okay.
- Yeah, I'll tell her.
I'll tell her.
Okay, thank you for calling.
- So you think it's been
Claire this whole time?
- Yes. Claire's the connection.
Obviously, Charlie's
near-death experience
had a huge effect
on Claire as well.
- They we're very close.
- So my mother
was inside Emma?
- Yes.
I think she used them as hosts
to communicate with you.
Your mother's closest
connection to our world
is someone approaching hers.
Though I wouldn't rule out
her being able to
communicate through anyone.
- Good so you have
an answer for everything.
- What about the burn?
- There's so much we don't
understand about life and death
and how they
relate to each other.
- Oh, so that
you don't know about?
- The two worlds
don't exist on the same plane.
They're not supposed to.
They're completely
different energies.
That's why there'll
always be friction
when they try to coexist.
That's why the air
is always warm
when Claire's near Charlie.
The energies create friction.
I'm sure she had no intention
of trying to hurt Charlie.
- Wow!
- How would you explain it?
- I would explain it as...
Emma had a seizure
related to the accident
that she was just in.
- What about the others?
- It could be
in her head, Michael.
- I didn't make this up.
- No, I know, Charlie.
But you were in
a very bad accident.
You had severe head injuries.
- I know what I saw.
- What about what Emma said?
Asking Charlie
why she didn't stay with her?
- Emma had no idea
what Claire said to Charlie
during her
near-death experience.
- No one had any idea
what Claire said to Charlie
during her
near-death experience.
Because it didn't happen.
- Dad?
- What about the burn, hmm?
- Charlie could have
done that to herself.
- What is wrong with you?
- Just because
you don't believe it
doesn't mean
it isn't real.
- Judy, do you have a minute?
- Donna?
Everything okay?
- No, not really.
- Charlie?
- Yeah.
She had another
episode last night.
Judy, she's barely coping.
She needs help.
- Where is she now?
- She's home with Michael.
- Does he know,
you're here?
- He's too close to see
what's happening.
- Yes.
- Hi.
I'm sorry to bother you.
I wondered if I might have
a moment of your time.
- I'm sorry.
I'm just not interested.
- I'm not selling anything,
it's about your daughter.
- What about her?
- Her ability.
- Ability.
- She's in danger.
Judy, you need to step in.
Michael, has Charlie seeing
some parapsychologists,
named Keith Mitchell.
He's going to do
serious damage.
- You work at
the hospital, right?
I saw you
in the emergency room.
- I have a daughter, Taylor,
and she's very sick,
we don't know what's wrong,
but she's not
getting any better.
- Let's get her
into a hospital.
Where she can get
some real help.
Where we can figure out
what's really going on
inside of her head.
- I don't know what you heard.
- Just bring her
by the house
maybe she'll know something.
- Listen, it's not a good idea
for Charlie to see-
- I'm begging you.
- Dad.
- I'm begging...
- I want to see her.
- Thank you.
Thank you.
Room's at the top of the stairs.
- Dad.
It's okay.
- I'll be right here.
- Are you Charlie?
- Yeah.
- Thank you for coming.
- Sure.
- You're in my house.
- You know, why I'm here.
- You really died?
What was it like?
- Lonely.
- My Daddy's
going to be sad when I die.
Doctor's dont know
what's wrong with me?
- Sophie.
How do you know...
you're going to die?
- I don't know.
You're still.
- Maybe you won't.
Maybe you'll be oh--
- Charlie!
I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to hurt you.
- Mom?
- Yes, it's me.
It's okay.
Come with me.
I love you.
- Sophie.
I'm sorry.
I'm so tired.
Thank you for coming.
- You're going on
a great adventure.
Can we go?
- Yeah.
What happened there?
- It really is her.
It's Mom.
- Charlie?
- No, I know,
I know it sounds crazy,
but it's, it's her.
I know it.
- What did she say?
- Oh, she uh...
she said we should be together.
- What does that mean?
- I don't know.
I mean, I don't understand
what's happening.
And why,
why is she doing this?
- You have to stop Charlie.
You have to stop
listening to these voices.
- I'm scared.
- It's okay, you don't need
to be scared, okay?
I'm right here and I'm not
going anywhere.
- But I miss her so much.
And I think about her
all the time.
- I know you do.
I know.
Charlie, there are
some things you need to know
about your Mum.
She was uh...
- She was what?
Charlie your mother didn't die
the way you think she did.
- No. I know how she died.
- I know you were in
the car with her, but...
Charlie, it wasn't an accident.
Your Mum suffered
from severe depression.
And she had terrible
hallucinations about...
you being taken away from her.
- No, no, that's not true,
- Charlie, she was
heavily medicated
the last
few years of her life.
- Dad. Stop!
- She was in and out
of institutions.
- No, No, she wasn't.
She was at home.
She was with us.
- Do you not remember,
she was away all the time?
- I know she went on
business trips sometimes, but.
- So sorry.
- Why didn't you tell me?
- Because you were so young.
I didn't know how.
And then I didn't want to.
I didn't think it mattered.
- Didn't matter.
- Charlie, she was gone.
And she loved you so much.
I didn't...
I wanted you to remember
the good things.
- You should have told me.
- I'm sorry.
- I don't want to go home.
- Charlie.
- Charlie. Charlie.
- Hey, what's going on?
- It's Emma.
She's gone.
She just...
her heart stopped,
for a little bit.
- Chloe, it's okay,
it's okay.
- Thank you.
- Okay. Don't panic,
don't panic.
It's a funeral.
Dead people.
- Charlie!
What are you waiting for?
- Charlie?
- It's time,
you must come down.
- Charlie, we're suppose
to be together!
Don't you want me?
I want to be with you.
Come with me!
- You sure about this?
- It's just a mild sedative
to keep her comfortable.
We'll keep
an eye on her overnight.
You guys should go home
and get some rest.
- No, I'll stay.
- Should I get a cup of coffee.
- Yeah, sure.
- Hey, Charlie.
- Mmh!
- You okay?
What are you doing back here?
- I think I'm crazy?
- What did you do?
- I don't know.
- Don't worry.
I'll protect you.
- Hi, Joe.
- Hi.
- I heard Charlie was back.
- She's sleeping?
- So I see.
They've sedated her.
It's late.
You should go back to your room.
- I can't.
- Why not?
- I told Charlie
I'll protect her.
- Well...
then I guess you'll have to help
me get her out of here.
We're going to bust her out?
- Yes!
- Okay. I'll go grab her
a wheelchair then?
- No, no.
She's too weak to sit up.
We don't want anyone to see us,
I'll carry her.
Check the hall!
Make sure it's clear.
- Uh, you forgot
her seatbelt.
- It's okay,
I'm a good driver.
- If she's not wearing hers,
I'm not wearing mine.
- Okay. You're the boss.
- Keith?
- We're close now, Charlie.
- You must be well.
This is the best day of my life.
- Where, where are we going?
- Home.
- No. No. No.
- He said it was okay.
- No, get it on.
- He said it was okay.
- No, just put it on.
- Doesn't matter!
- Try!
- Charlie?
- Oh! Help me!
Come on!
- Where you think
you're going?
She's not going to stop.
- You okay?
- Yeah.
Shouldn't we wait for Keith?
- No, no, no, no, no.
Oh, come on.
Hey, come on.
Joe, seriously.
come on. please keep going.
- No.
I'm tired.
- Come on.
Joe, please.
We have to keep going.
Come on,
come on, buddy.
Not this, okay?
Stand up, ready?
Joe, I need you
to stay awake for me.
- Why?
- Dad!
Dad, Dad...
- Hey, why aren't you
in your room?
Hey, take it easy,
take it easy, it's okay.
- Dad.
- Take it easy,
take it easy.
- Why won't you die?
- Oh.
Why are you doing this?
- Because I love you.
- Dad get away from him.
- Charlie run.
- Stay out of this.
- Dad?
- Run, get out of here.
Charlie, go!
- You bastard.
- Get off!
- Charlie?
- No!
Go find Charlie.
- Hey, bitch,
stay away from my daughter.
- What the fuck?
- Hey!
Come on!
- Donna, go!
Leave her alone!
- I want my daughter
- Come on.
I need your help.
- No, no, no.
Get away.
- Charlie.
Charlie wait.
Charlie! Charlie!
Run Charlie run!
- Hello!
- Mom?
- You Mommy's not here.
- But you can stay with me
if you're scared?
Oh, do you have to go?
- What's all
the commotion in here?
Come on, little miss, it's time
for you to get back to bed.
Can I help you?
- Can you
give me a hand here?
- Yeah.
- You know I never stop.
- Oh! Oh!
Is it love?
I know a way--
- Aah! Noo!!
Who is with you?
- You were going to
take me too.
You're not my mother!
- My mother's gone forever!
- What was that sweetie?
I. Need. You.
- Charlie!
- Hello?
Is there anyone here?
- We need a paddle.
Go, go, go!
- Oh! Oh, my God.
- Holy shit!
Are you okay?
Are you guys okay?
- What the fuck, Mom?
- I'm sorry.
I didn't see it.
- It's 5:00 somewhere.
- What?
- Nothing. Let's just
get to the wedding.
It's not funny.
- Yeah!
- Come here you.
High five!
- I love you sweetie.
- I love you too.
Look at you.
- Not bad.
- Charlie!
- Hey. Can we get um,
a group picture
on the stairs there maybe?